Personalized Student Support at Your Academic Library

Need help preparing for a college exam or dissertation? Reach out to your campus librarian!

Campus libraries offer a combination of curated resources and one-on-one guidance.

When you’re studying with plans to get a degree, it’s important that you have the resources and assistance you need to succeed. However, finding these things isn’t always easy, so it’s just as essential that you know where to look for them. Fortunately, academic libraries provide both resources and assistance, each designed to help you in all your academic endeavors.


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Academic Resources on Niche Subjects

Once you start reaching the highest levels in your field of study, you’ll begin to specialize more and more. While this means that you have an extreme level of expertise in your chosen niche, it also means that it’s more difficult to find scholarly resources relevant to that niche. The information such specific literature provides simply isn’t necessary for most people, so public libraries won’t usually carry it. 

Academic libraries, however, don’t have the same constraints as public libraries and exist to make students’ lives easier. This means they’re by far your best shot at finding important information for your next assignment, providing a wealth of academically viable resources and journals. Grasping at straws for relevant research materials? Pay your local academic library a visit!

One-On-One Tutoring Opportunities

If you’re struggling to grasp a concept, the best thing you can do is ask someone with a firmer understanding of it. Academic libraries understand this, and many have programs that set up students with one-on-one tutoring sessions for various subjects. Many of the tutors are fellow students, so you don’t have to deal with the expense of a paid tutor while still reaping the benefits of a tutoring session. These tutoring opportunities are made available for students like you, so don’t be afraid to take advantage of them!


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A Quiet Studying Environment

If you want to get any work done, you need to find a calm and quiet place that allows you to focus. If you live with other people, it may be hard to find peace and quiet at home, and visiting a coffee shop starts to get expensive after a while, but academic libraries give you the best of both options without any of the drawbacks. You can rent rooms to study alone or in a group, usually without having to pay a penny to do so. Not to mention, if you need any reference materials, you’re in just the right place to find them, so all you have to do is get to work!

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